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Dec 10, 2013 12:00am EST
instance. so they've always had this personal interest in rivers. he was involved in environment in many ways. in fact they're both serious birders. they go actual around the world looking for species they haven't seen before and have a notebook of different things they've seen. the carter presidency has generally been ranked by historians for the environment after ted y roosevelt and nixon, carter is right up behind them in most of the environmental rankings and both of them have a great respect fortunate and outdoors. >> keith is watching from greenville, indiana. you're on. caller: hi, how are you? >> very well. what's your question. caller: what was the reaction of president carter and first lady when he lost the election to ronald reagan in 1980? >> okay. thank you. you're fast forwarding our story but what was the reaction when they lost the '80 campaign? >> well, i mean, they were devastated. you know, i don't really know what to add to that. do you want to take that up? they were very devastated. >> the election was not close, but until the last week or so, the polls showed
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Dec 2, 2013 9:00pm EST
that's important when it comes to the environment. i think it's important for the environment and for protecting our inventors. this principle applies to patent review as it does to environmental regulations. the patent officials say they don't want the judicial review. why is it? they say it is too burdensome, never mind that very few people have such claims, but we're going to eliminate that right and that option because it's inconvenient for our bureaucracy. it's absurd and for that reason alone that bill should be defeated. the legislation going before the house is consistent with a decades' long war. here are a few of the provisions of the bill. t will create more paperwork when an inventor has to file a claim, it increases the paperwork necessary for him to file the claim and thus is not more expensive, but increases the possibility that his claim will be denied because of a technical mistake in the paperwork. louiser pay sounds pretty good. if you file a bad suit or lose a suit, the loser is going to pay the legal expenses, what does that do when you have the small invent tore
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